The nomination of Sonia Sotomayor to the Supreme Court of the United States by President Barack Obama has electrified the Latino community in America.
He said he would do it.
Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, graced the front pages of many newspapers across the country last Friday.
President-elect Barack Obama, in his first interview since being elected, promised to close Guantanamo Bay.
The campaign was filled with backstabbers, liars, and cheats. Entire books were created out of thin air to defame opponents.
Watching Barack Obama's victory speech and reflecting upon the significance of his election as the next president of the United States left me profoundly moved.
Leaving O'Hare airport on the afternoon of election day, I was somewhere near Greenland on a flight to Europe when the captain announced the results.
My wife and I were sitting watching the election returns come in on CNN. She was 'chatting' online with some of her friends.
Whenever John McCain and Sarah Palin would ask: "Who is Barack Obama?" I would cringe. The implication to me was pretty clear. Obama is an outsider. Obama is not your typical American.